Halusky (ha-Loosh-key) — a soft-textured potato-and-flour pasta, typically blended with a mild Slovak sheep's cheese called bryndza and topped with crumbled bacon — had in my experience always been plated as part of a larger spread, perhaps enjoyed with family. But for ballast against the unsteadying effects of too much beer, Korzo's salty, weighty rendition ($6) travels well, thanks to wise use of locally available packaging.
Can you get Chinese takeout in Prague or Bratislava? I can't say.
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